Doubts About Doublespeak William Lutz Thesis Statements.
William Lutz details in his piece “Doubts about Doublespeak” his opinions and beliefs about doublespeak. He believes doublespeak is dishonest because instead of trying to aid communication, it tries to hinder it. Lutz then describes what he believes to be the four types of doublespeak: euphemism, jargon, gobbledygook and inflated language.
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